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Honolulu Chapter Past Mat
ttr Most Excellent Matter.
Ltahl Chapter No. 2 Special
All lilting members of the.
Ordor nro cortllally Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:10 In I. O. O. T Hall, Fort Streot.
E. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. F. V1CKURS, N. Gt
All visiting brother! very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Moets oory 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month nt 7 30 p. m. at K. P.
Unit, corner l'ort and ISoretanta Sts.
Vllltlng Ilrothers cordially vvelcoms
W. L I.YLE, C. G .
T. WALDRON, K.'of It. & S.
OAini LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets ovory first and third Fri
day evonlng nt 7-30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A G DEEUING, C.C..
JAS. W. WHITE, K.II S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010. B. P. O.
E will meet In their hall on King
nar Tort Street every Friday even
ing. IJy order of the n It :
HENHY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. It.
Wra. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
M66ts every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Herctnnla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend
W. I.. FRAZEE. C.C.,
E. A. JACOHSON, K.lt 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd nnd 4 th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:80 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla nnd Fort streets.
Vllltlng Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. W. I,. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1. 1. 0. E. M,
Moets every first ond third Tlmra-
da s of each month at Knights of
Pythlis Hall. Visiting brothors cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. II ARI.EIGH, Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAM0I0, Manager.
JUST AND Al I0E (JREAM PARLOR
Delloious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
IT HOTEL ST.
F. &. Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. 0TEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wi 1 Paper, Paints, Oils,
et. P. 0. E:x 014. 221 No. King
St.. opp. Aala Park. W, B. Kam, mgr.
BXCBLLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the '
with their new FRENCH
m Jeeetenia St. Phone 1491,
If A Better Beer Than
Has Been Made, It Has Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier at
intn trjncTutunkxrcTJY rn..
Always Fresh, at
Fort and King St.
You save I
When you get
us to make
Our $25. suits
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater,
Come up and have some fun.
Choice FERNS, ROSES and
THE FL0RD2ST, HOTEL Y0UNQ Bid
NEW VICTOR RECORDS
August Catalog of Victor Records
now ready at
BERGBTROM MUSIC CO.. LTD.
EDGEW0RTH and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
ETTZP ATBI0K BROS,
and fcYRTLE CIQAR STORE.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Every Horning from Wahi&wa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KINO.
gy'Tor Rant" cards on sale at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New babies can use old carriages.
Let a Bulletin Want Ad. sell
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
F E Richardson nrrlved today 'rum
Mrs, Reams' fresh chutney Is now
2Cc. nt all grocery storm.
Paradise of Pacific Fleet number
for sale nt nil newsstands.
I)r W T. Munsnrrnt was among tho
passengers In tho Mnuna Ken today.
(I 0. Suing, n pinnilnent Chlncsii
incrchunt of I.nlialna, enmu down to
day. i 8. GJcrdriim, plantation manager
on Hawaii, ciuno down today on busi
ness. 8. .M D.iinon, lic.id rif thu Bishop
bank, returned tudu) In tho .Mnuna
Call 361 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Itlchards In his new Frank
W It Campbell mid .Ino. Hind nt
Hawaii camo down thin morning In
tho Mnuna Ko.i,
Kerr's standing offer nt their big
salo Is Mono) refunded If goods nro
Mr and Mix I. A Kcnmdv ami
daughter wore among tho urrlv.ils to
day from Hnvvnll,
Whitney & Mnrsli nro again to tho
foro with nn elegant dlspln) of new
l.icos nnd trimmings.
Mis. Corilno Fnlrvvonlhcr this mom
lug ti cured n dlvorco from hor bus
bund. Dr. Falrwuathor, on thu grounds
of non support.
Dr. Cofcr nnd Dr. Hi-Wc. tho Philip
pine o.xport who Is heio stud) lug lep
ir conditions, called on Governor
Frotir this morning
Tomorrow 's dlniier nt the Hojal An
nex will bo n Hprcnd. Al Thurlow
has arranged a special poultry dinner,
Including wines of any kind.
On Installments of S3 per month )ou
enn purchaso n White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Benny & Co, Ltd,
agents, iztit fori hi. t-none ss.
The High Sheriff's salo of certain
lauds, on Molokal In tho matter of
LniilsMvnhlbaum vs C. C. Conrndt ct
nl has been postponed for a week.
Have you seen it? The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
sec it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
0fB"e Specialty Co.. Ltd.
The lest ciso or llio Municipal Act,
brought by John Emmeliitb, with
Judge Eillngs nt nttoruev, will bo
heard before the Supremo Court on
In tho matter of Kiunazo Mntsu-
mum vs the County of Hawaii, In
which tho County w:ih held llablu by
the Supremo Court for damages caused
tho properl) of tho plaintiff by one, of
tho departments of tho County, Judge
P.iibons of Hllo Ins reserved a ones
tlon to tho Supremo Court again as
to whether he should, after rendering
one decision on this rase, sit on tho
bench on imothei phase of, It,
FLEET DUE HERE
Saturn and Justin Now
Ten Days Out From
The American colliers Saturn and
Justin, attendants of the Pacific
Fleet, bringing about 5,000 tonu ol
coal which la to bo loaded into tho
bunkers'of tho big cruisers here, are
now due from the Coast. They nro
ten dnvs out today, nnd even allow
ing for u leisurely passage, ought by
nil means to poko their noses around
Diamond Head In tho courso of tho
next few hours. There Is no hurry
for these craft to bo here, ns thoy
have a good five da)8 start of the
Fleet from tho Golden Gate,
Tho S.ituin nnd tho Justin nro to
be tied up ut tho Oceanic and Chan
nel wharves, and coal for tho cruis
ers of tho Second Division to bo fui
ulshed finm their cargoes. After
thoy hnvu finished discharging bore,
they arc to return at once to San
Another umi meeting will bo hold
tonight nt Anlu Park at which Mrs
Mary II. Alcheiloy will preside. W.
II, Kalllmal and K. Napcha will bo
among tho speakers.
This meeting Is called in order Hint
tho commltteo which called on Gov
ernor Fiear last Monday may present
Its report to tho peoplo who weio
present nt tho first mass meeting last
Piobatlou Ofnccr Reuss of San
Francisco declares juvenile crime Is
laigcly duo to adenoids.
West Virginia factional leaders ask
Taft to btop light mid will confer with
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KINO ST. PHONE 526,
Claims Unwritten Law
NEW YORK, N. Y., Aug. 28.
William B. Annls, Justlfjlng himself
held for "murder In tho first degree by
allowed liberty on bnll.
H08TON, Mass, Aug 28. (leoigo Smith Howell, editor of the Port
land, Maine, Dally Advertiser, Is dead.
(leorgo S. Itowell was n well-known Journalist, having been engaged
actively In that profession since 18C3, Ho vvns president of the Maine
Press Association nnd of thu Portland Press Club. Ho was it 32d-degroo
Mason nnd n member of tho (I. A. It.
REFUSE TO COAL
SYDNEY, Aus, Aug 28. Tho Lumpers' Union, com tied of men
whose occupation is the uniting of vusbols nt the Sydney doiks, has lefused
to io.il the American hospital ship Relief because tho batlleshlps of the
American Fleet were lo.ilcd by their own men without tb employment
or nn of the local union ( oilers.
i i i m
FLEET ARRIVES AT MELBOURNE
MELBOURNE. Aim, Aug. 2S. Tho American Atlantic Fleet arrived
today, and tho battleships are now lying ut anchor oft Port Phillip.
Admiral Spcrrj and the Governor of Victoria have exchanged official
"NONE OF TIMING'S
When told that Mr. Thvvlng
had said that the onl) thing
that would clear up tho atino-
sphere would be for him to
tell whero ho got tho Infornia-
lion regarding the twentyt"
S nnmes, Mr. Ilreckons stated
( emphatically: '
l "It Is none of his bus-
Iness, nnd I will tell him so,"
bald tho United States District
s Attorney. '
"Mr. Thwing would like to
S know vvhethor or not (u real-
ly have tho minion," Mid tho
"That also Is none of hit
business," i (Milled llreo-
"Will jou toll the Goveinoi
that J our lufoimatiou did not
V conio from u 'leak' In his de-
V "If I see tho Governor I
V shall certainly assure him that
not ono bit of mv Information
c.inio from iinvono oven re-
mutely connected with his of-
flee. It did not, and 1 shall
tell tho Governor mi And I
think my word ought to be
worth ROinttliluz "
II. F. Donning, nn emplojo of tho
Honolulu lion Works, was this morn
ing fined1 $10 for assault nnd battery
on . P. Tnvlor. tho Advertiser report
er. Tho assault took place vesterday
afternoon on Nuuanu near King street.
Donning, who was drunk, was amus
ing himself liv knocking down i client-
ally n laddei which a Chinese uji.
trjlng Hi. l ilse. Tavlor stood by
watcning mo run, wncn Downing sun-
denly Jumped up to lilm.
'Do voit know mo?' ho Inquired.
'I do," answered Taylor.
What havo you got It In for mo
for? was the noxt query.
I have not got It In for jou," was
You did mo a dlity trick once,"
I don t know about that, nnswcicd
As Downing bas tho pioportlons of
a voung giant nnd was In an ugly
mood, Taj lor retired from tbo scene,
but Downing followed him up, caught
hlni by tho arm and struck him on
tho head At this point officers ar-
rlved and placed Downing under nr-
Downing lias several times been ar
rested for similar conduct, nnd at ono
time it took six officers to bring him
to tho station. Taylor states, huwovcr,
that ho has never had any dealings
with or against lilm, and that hlsi
grlevunee was wholly a fancied one.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.,
.Pi ltodmnii Waiiiimaker of Phlladol-
Entered for Record Aug. 27, 1908, Iphla, who Is the most heavily Insured
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. , nun In tho world. James 11. Colgate,
Mis M C Fiiln by atty ....... Notlco t10 stock-broker, cairles moro InBiir-
Pang Seo and wl to Pang I.uni anil nlco tlan ,my othcr rcallont of ow
YAliliioLi'imKiiV.'il.'.'i.'.'l.'par'Rel Yorl- hla ,0CM negrcgatlng Sl.
l.um Kin to William It Castle Tr ..M (.000.
Lelaloha K Al et nl to Llkla (w)....D ' Mllllonalics and multl-mllllonalrcs
A N Campbell Tr to Ukla (w).Par Itel of Philadelphia In proportion to their
Cecil Prown to II M von Holt ... .PA ji.imiucr go In for life Insuraneo moro
Fanny Strnueh und hsh to Tis of ",ll!ttVy than tll0b0 of ny othcr cltyi
estant Fplscopal Church Tr.n'l'"--ss show that 14S residents of
John Nov In to W A Kinney D Philadelphia nro Insured for J:i3,-
Chnng Seo to C Chock Choo Al, 000,000, whllo Now York, with four
Poit .Mut I Hen So cof Haw to Joso
P Pontes Itel
Joso P Pontes nnd wf to John lluck-
Entered for Record Aug. 28, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Captain Cook Coffee Co Ltd to Olshl.L
M K .Manuuu und wf to John Gas-
Oakland exhibits building activity,
!!' I1,?' ',;l!l,'r'"1,LCnCn1nnB 8a,"1
month of last jear by $150,000,
Rov. Dr. Tnnnor of Oakland decjaros
churchmen In duty to faith must lako
part In ptlmury election.
y s-'w'rww; yt
Captiiln Hnlns, who shot nnd
by the unwritten law. Was
the Grand Jury. 'He will
ELL IS DEAD
A number of pnsrcngcni hi lived In
tho Mnuna Kea this' morning return
ing from tho Volcano, nnd they ull
epeak of tho Bight with tho greatest
of enthusiasm, several of them, who
have seen tho Volcano before, being
of tho opinion that tho lava lako Is
now grander than It Ii.ih boon for n
long tlmo past.
Among thoso who returned wnt .1.
A. Kennedy, who visited the Volcano
July 4, and who can therefore make a
comparison. Ho savn that tho sight
now Is far grander than It was at that
time Tho lako built up two feet Inst
Thursday night, whllo his p.nty was
watching It, nnd no less than nineteen
fountains of flro plavcd In tho midst
of the soetlug mars of molten flic.
BARBER TO WED
i:. G. Slv ester, it vcr popular
joung barber tmiplojod In Pacheco's
shop, will be married net Vedmsdny
evening to Miss Allco Almoldn, al tho
home of tho bride's patents. Iloth nro
well known In Portugueso social cir
cles and tho groom to bo Is u man of
decoding ludustr), thrift and worth.
In announcing tho coming nuptials,
tho Portugueso pajicrs devoted con
siderable space to tho ovent. The
bridesmaid will liu Mist Philomeu.i
l'ruga, and James Almeida will bo tho,
Ik st nun.
Temperatures C n. in , 71 : 8 u. m ,
71!: 10 a. m, 77; noon, 78; morning
llarometer, 8 a. m . 30 01; absoluto
humidity, 8 a. m , 7.531 grains per
cub'c foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m ,
78 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m , 09.
Wind 0 a. m, velocity 1, dlicctlon
N. H.; 8 a. m , velocity 4, direction W.;
10 n. m, velocity 9, direction S. W.
,, CIoclty 12, direction 8.
I Kulnrnll during 24 hours ended 8 n.
ln , ,no Inch.
I Total wind movement during 21
,ouih ended nt noon, 183 miles.
WM, n. STOCKMAN,
section Director. Weather Bureau.
Japanese Acting Consul Is In re
ceipt of u check for $445 from tho
Civil Governor of Formosa, who io
quested that slsil dantx from tho
Hun sisal plantation bo sent to him
iih kooii nn nosslblo. Tho iilnnts aru
wanted for the- agricultural experiment
Tlio officers and cadets of tho Jnp-
mwet, training ship nro being cntei-
tallied this afternoon by tho local Jap-
nnobo. Thov nro visiting tho aquarium
and tho baseball grounds, whcie they
mo watching tho baseball games.
NI3W YORK, N. Y.. Aug. B.
iTIintn in (i Hnvpn ntnti In tlin United
g , ji.000.000 and
, . .. ...... ,,
",mo "' '""" " '"'- '.
liwo who curry 9i,uuu,uuu, uuu uuu
'10 ennlcH J4.ooo.ooo. Tho latter
times us many mllllonalics, has 191
losldcnts insuiod for $57,000,000.
Chicago has 185 mtlllonalies Insured
There are 5189 men In tho Unit
ed State lnsuicd for $50,000 or
more, tho total of their policies ag-
giegatlng $540,907,000. Thcio nro
Insured for nn even million
four Insured for $800,000 to
$000,000, and ten for $700,000 to
$800,000. San Francisco lias flvo
men Insured for from $200,000 to
If you do need glasses, have your
eyes examined and fitted at once by
Thursday, August 27.
POUT SAN I.UIS Arrived Aug. 2G:
S S. Santa Hlta, fiom Knhulul,
OAVIOTA Sailed Aug. 27:
Hp. M. i: Chllcott, for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Arrived Aug. 23:
S. H. HnsinniiH, with bargo Monto
ley In tow, heme Aug. 1.1.
IIII.O Sailed Aug. 20:
9. S. Arlron in, for Hnti Francisco.
Friday, August 28.
YOKOHAMA Alllvcd Aug. 27:
S. S. Slborln, hence Aug. 17.
AIli:itDni:.V Arrived Aug. 27:
Ilk. S C. Allen, henco Aug. 1.
KAHUI.U1 Sailed Aug. 27:
S. H. Mexican, for Hllo.
Saturday, August 29.
HAN FHANCISCO Sailed Aug. 29:
S. S. Hongkong M.iru, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CIIDZ Sailed Aug. 28:
S. S. Virginian, for Snu Francisco.
ASTORIA Arrived, Aug. 28:
Schr. Annie V.. Simile, from Mnkn
well, Aug. 4.
GRAY'S IIARIIOR Sailed Aug. 28:
Schr. Robert Uovvois, for Honolulu.
MAKAWKU Sailed Aug. 29:
Schr. Crescent, for Port Townsend.
IIII.O Arrlvcf Aug. 28:
S. S. Mexican, from Kuhuliil.
SAN FRANCISCO Al rived Aug. 29.
Stmr. Ahln, henoo Aug. 23.
llklnc. Irmgard,' henco Aug. R,
Till! STHAMHIl Mnuna Koa nrilvod
early this morning from Hllo with a
Inrgo number or passongerH. Pcsldos
the plantation managers a hugu llbt
of Homo Rule delegates to tho con
vention camo -down. The lolloulng
freight was brought down hy tho Man
mi Koal 1 nuto, 1 bag coin, 2 pigs, .1
dogs, 3 bnriols tallow, 5 horses, C
bags awn, 7 boxes chickens, 10 bigs
cooo.i, II boxes color), 10 ings can
b.iges, 21 packages vegetables, 24
ompt) kegs, .11 emptj barrels, 12 cords
wood, 43 cases honey, 57 bngn taro,
OS bundles hides, 24!) sheep, 25r pack
PURSF.Il I'llll.l.ll'S of the steamer
Manila Kei leports tho following silg
at leaily foi shlimeiit on Hawaii:
Ohm, 21,130; Walakea. 3100; Hawaii
Mill, flOHO; Walnakii. 20(1; Onomcn,
28,000; Pepeekeo, 21,550; Houomu, 19,
800; llakiilau. none; Liiiipahoeh, 14,
(100; Ooknln, 8CU0; Kukiiluii, 2200: Ha
makua, 27,000; Pnnuliuii, 1085; Hono
kaa, 1G.U00; Kiikulbiielo, 4800; Puna
lull, 10,557; Homiipo, 1870.
I.ITTI.K .MOUNTAINS of coal are
rapidly growing up on tho Alnke.i and
Naval wharves, which are to bo tlnown
Into tho hunkeis of tho crulseis of the
first division of this squadron,
TUP. I.UIU.INn will take out a rec
onl consignment of pineapples, in a
shipment of 30,000 cjbos which goes
to San Francisco by thu Matsou boat
THU MANCHURIA, duo from tho
Coast Monday, will bring In thu noxt
mail from that direction.
THH TUG KAF.NA camo In from
Pearl Harbor Ibis moinlng, towing
TlIK M. N. S. S. I.urllno sails for tho
Coast Tuesday morning.
The block of Knlmukl property on
tho town side of tho '., K Mjers resi
dence vvns this noon sold ut auction
by Stevens. It contnlus sixteen lots
having an urea of 15,000 square feet
each. The) wcro bought as follows:
Lots 1 and 2, C. Schooling at $315
and $310; 3, 4 and G, Hawaiian Trust
Co, at $290 each; 5, Fred Hairlsou at
$-0; 8, Sam Bradley at $200-7. C.
Harrison at $203; 10, 11 tnttTVi, J.
Kennedy, two for $230 each and two
for $232. 50 each; 14, 8. S. Pnxson at
$245; and 15 and 10 to W. II. llradley
nt $237.50 each.
(Continued from Pore 1)
thousand )cms If I wanted to. I ask
ed lilm about tho trial without n
complaint, nnd he said that I ought
to let the matter stand us it was. Hut
I did not want to do this, nnd don't
want to, ns this thing has been vvldo
ly ailed, mid I ough to get what Jus
tification I can."
"Hut didn't you plead guilty?" ho
"Yes; I pleaded guilty to the allo
cution that I signed u diaft on my
father foi $50, but I did not plead
guilty Io vagrancy."
Ho s.ijs that ho will consult an at
torney, and tnko It out of the County
If ho can.
Judgo Andindo btnted to llurroughs
that ho might stay hero If ho would
get to work.
CASH At Pearl City, Aug. 29, 19DS.
Chas. Cash, son of Mr. und Mrs. C
A, Cash, aged 4 days.
Dlrcctois of California safe deposit
and trust company nro sued for failure
" IN FORE-ION PORT8 .
Saturday, Aug, 29.
Stmr. Mnuna Ken, Freeman, from
Hawaii nnd Maul ports, 7 n. m.
Stmr. Mnuna Jca, Freeman, 'from
Hllo, 8 n. in,
Friday, August 28.'
P. M S S Mongolia, .Morton, for
Sim Fiiiiicisco, !!30 p. in.
Stmr, Clnudlnc, Dennett, for Maul
Per 8. S. Mauna Koa. from Hllo
nnd way ports, Aug 20. Mrs. Hwall,
Miss I,. Frost, Mrs, A, 13. Douglass,
It. Cation, Theo. Cooke, D. Hldey,
Mrs. Hldey, Miss Stevens, Miss Pow
ell, Goo. Da vies, Mis. (1. Davlcs, Mrs.
Rcos, Mrs. Dunning, C. Whitney, II.
R. Mncfiirlaiio, Jr., Cnrl Smith, Mrs.
C. Smith and servant. Miss M. Smith.
Master W. Smith, Muster M. Smith,
Master I.. Smith, P. U. Richardson.
II. M. Mist, Dr. J. M. Whltnoy. Miss
A. Townsend, II. Armltagc, Mis. Ar
milage. J. A. Kennedy, Mrs. J. A.
Kennedy, Miss J. Keiiiicd), Mrs. Z.
K. Mvers, II. Ilcrtcjmnmi Jr., II. Iler
telimiun, C, Ahrcns, Dr. W. Mons.ir
lat, S. D. Stoddnrt, Miss Carter, Mis.
F. W. Carter, J no. Fnntoin, Mrs. J.
F.iiitom, llio. Muthew, M. de Spliioln,
St. l Saiies, W. II. Campbell Ji ,
It. McCorrlston, Miss 1). Frecth, Miss
M. Fieeth, Miss M. Larson, Miss M.
Weir, Miss G. Mulr, Mrs. J. M. Muir
und Infant, Miss N. Mulr. Dr. It.
IlajcH, Mrs. llujes, Muster 11, llii)(s,
S. Desha, K. Desha, Master J, 111 own,
Mis. F. W. Mange, Clias. Cowan, Ah
Dip, l.au Ie, Y. M. Wee, C. All
Young, 11. (llbbs, Geo. MeCilbbln, 11.
It. Hlglu. Mrs. H. Mist, Muster Mist,
Mrs. J. Kenned), Mrs. Thompson, II.
K. Ilond, W. W. MeDougall, Mrs. C.
II, McKeiulo und Infant and nurse,
Master II. McKcnlc, Master C. Mc-
Keiulc, .Ino. Hind, A Mason, Mrs. A.
Mason, Mis. S. P. Woods, II. R. llry-
iint. W. P. MeDougall. K. 8. OJer-
(li urn, Mnster II. Ilurg. S. M. Damon,
Lewis, J. T. MeCrosscn, D. Pultun
O. It. Notley, Chu Gem, Master Chll
Mln, Master Chu Sen, Mnster Chu
Dong, Miss L. Kainnka, Ilobt. Purdy,
Ceo. Maloho, Miss I J. de In Nux, Mrs.
de la Nun, Miss Z. de la Nux, Muster
It. do la Nux, Miss K. Leo Toma, Mrs,
Loo Tomn, Loy You Alio, Mnster K.
L. Chung, Muster Foil Lee, W. T.
Robinson, Mrs. O. Muinsky, D. II.
Case, Miss C. Pinto. Miss P. Perry,
Miss M. Iliirlcne, Miss It. Souza, C.
II. Kluegel, A. A. Wilson, A. F. Evv-
nrt. Miss Wooten, Miss Davis. 8. 11.
Fujl)nmn, Geo. Smithies, Mrs. K.i
hanii. Mis. Pun, (1. G. Seong. Mrs.
Richardson, Mrs. Whitney. J, P. do
Splnola, Miss Lee Toma.
I PA8SENQERS DEPARTED I
'I' ' A.
Per S. S. Mongolia, for San Fran
cisco, Aug. 28. Mrs. Achilles and
child. L nnd P. Achilles, Miss Helen
Achillas, J. Low Is Ronton, Geo. F. Hen
ton, A. J. Ulackmnn, II. 11. Penhallow,
wife nnd 2 children, II. K. Hoqtiet, Miss
Rosenfleld, Mrs. W. II. Hniiisou, Kim
Tong Ho, Chas. A. Wong, P. C. Jones
and wife, Geo. Drown and 2 friends, IJ.
II. Moses, Mrs. M. II. Hurt, Miss Clalro
Hart, Frank J. Hart, E. J. Burns, Mrs.
C. W. Schultz, Julia A. Macfarlane, J.
I). Freeman nnd wife. Miss Corlnno
d'Aguero. Miss Julia Klumpkc, W. I
Thatcher, Mrs. T. A. Thatcher. Miss
M. II. Mcnuecn. Miss Eliza Kent, .Miss
E. Lnwler, A. T. White, J. A. Glliunn.
J. A. Glliunn, Jr., W. 11. Cochran ami
wlfo, Mrs. Currlc, David Duwsett. N.
8. Sachs, Mrs. Noonan, N. Scharlln, J,
Goldstone, J. D. Trenor, Wm. Hughes,
Gerald Hughes, Miss Anna Eakle, Miss
Sara Plcknell. B. Cillers. II. H. Aid
ridge, J. T. ltader, T. Wltkowsky, Ray.
mond Spalding, Filmoro White, Meads
Mennlgcrodo, Mrs. S. D. Freshman,
Miss L Bullock, Mrs. W. S. Mellaril
son, Miss Illchaidsou, Col. Z. S. 8 paid
Ing. John Woo, W, L. Friizcr, C. C.
BojIeB and wlfo, W. II. Thomas, Miss
Rosalie Kolsey, Col. Greene. Mrs.
Oreene and son, J. F. Flnley, Miss E.
P. Suigent. MrB. F. 1 Gibson, E. M.
Elam, E. Y. Mayfleld, F. I,. Wuldrou.
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ret m. a. n. i.uiiiuu, lor aun i ran
Cisco, Sept. 1. H. W. Rhodes, Miss
T. 11. Alveins. Mrs J. W. Wronn m.l
3 children. F. Schnnck, "Chas. P. L.
Liidln, wlfo and 2 chlldicn, II, Fred
eilcks, Mrs, Henry Ilnjes nnd child,
W. 1). ThomiB und wlfo. Mis. C. (1.
Muinsky, Col. Geo. do Ln Veigne, Mrs.
Alet. Lindsay and child, Miss Katn
Young, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. I. I.lllle, II.
E. Lelnnd, Mrs. II. E. Lelanil, John R
DoBhcr, Chns. A, Wong, Spencer How
(ii, Miss Florcnco Ilutchlns, Miss Allco
Niiomnn, R. V. Mitchell, Dr. Norgaard.
lohn L Whltmoro, Mrs. A. E. Klshei.
Miss E. B, Flshei, John Palmer, Sam
Metzgcr, Alfied Eamcs, Hmold Gavl
gan. F. D. Hollo, C. M. Schoenlng, II.
T, Hiijward, C. C. Hiivward. Mis. M.
A, I la j ward, Miss A, C. Haywanl, M,l!s
L. A. Cooke.
THE P. M. S. 8. Mongolia sailed )es
tcrday afternoon for San Francisco
with 90 cabin passengers from .IIiIh
poit. She camo In with room roi '121.
A veiy largo ciowd was at thu wharf
to seo thu big Unci off.
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to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havelit ready
in no time, and the price fill be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We'v done it, however: io
we KNOW. '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,